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The goal of Fort Lauderdale Hospital’s substance abuse program is to improve the necessary daily living skills and coping mechanisms necessary for individuals to reach and maintain a reintegration into normal, everyday life drug addiction free.

Fort Lauderdale Hospital provides both medically supervised detox and drug and alcohol rehab. Our drug addiction treatment programs are equipped to address co-occurring disorders as well.

Patients are given an introduction to the 12-step addiction model and are provided with an opportunity to begin their individual journey to recovery and sober living. Fort Lauderdale Hospital provides all patients in our drug addiction programs with group therapy, individual counseling, and recreation therapy, in addition to 12-step support groups that visit the hospital.

The expert staff at Fort Lauderdale Hospital realizes the impact that drug addiction has on the entire family system, which is why we provide family therapy as part of our programs.


Fort Lauderdale Hospital is licensed and accredited by the following:

  • State of Florida
  • Certified by Broward County
  • “The Joint Commission” or TJC

We accept Medicare and most other private insurances and have reasonable self-pay rates. For more information call 800-585-7527 or visit our contact us page.


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